Standard Register Elects New Board Member, Sherrill W. Hudson
Monday, December 16, 2002
DAYTON, Ohio--Dec. 13, 2002--Standard Register announced today that Sherrill W. Hudson, retired managing partner for Deloitte & Touche - South Florida, has been elected to its Board of Directors. "We are extremely pleased to have Sherrill Hudson join the Standard Register board," said Dennis L. Rediker, president and chief executive officer, Standard Register. "He brings strong financial expertise and superb management skills. His experience and enthusiasm will be invaluable as Standard Register moves forward." Hudson joined Deloitte & Touche, Dayton, Ohio, as an auditor in June 1965. During the next 18 years, he served most of that office's largest clients including Hobart Corporation, Philips Industries, Ponderosa Systems and various divisions of General Motors. Hudson was promoted to managing partner in 1976 and helped the Dayton office become one of the firm's fastest growing, doubling it in size. In 1983, Hudson transferred to Miami to become managing partner for Florida and Puerto Rico. He expanded that practice quickly through solid growth and leadership. During his 19 years in Florida, he coached and developed more than 30 partners who were asked to take leadership roles in other parts of the firm. Additionally, Hudson served as advisory partner for numerous clients including, Baptist Health Systems, FPL Group, Spherion, Miami Dolphins and Office Depot. In addition to his career accomplishments, Hudson's community involvement is extensive and diverse. A sampling of Hudson's community activities has included leadership positions with the following organizations: Florida International University Foundation, Miami Business Forum, Orange Bowl Committee, Zoological Society of Florida, Dade Community Foundation, American Cancer Society, Chamber of Commerce, United Way, Goodwill Industries and the National Conference for Community Justice. Hudson's list of awards is as impressive as his participation. During the last decade alone, he has received the highest recognition in the areas of volunteerism and citizenship from nearly a dozen organizations. A Mississippi native, Hudson and his wife of more than 40 years reside in Coral Gables, Florida. They have three adult sons and four grandchildren.